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Exploring Fractions & Decimals
Workbook
Exploring Fractions & Decimals
Fractions and decimals are way more fun when you apply them to real life scenarios, like parties, food and pets! This workbook teaches kids all about splitting up numbers.
Math
Workbook
Measurement 1
Guided Lesson
Measurement 1
This guided lesson takes kids on an exploration of the world of measurement, from weight to volume to recording data. Commonly, third graders have a difficult time applying math skills to real-world problems, but this lesson, designed by our curriculum experts, will help provide important context for measurement skills. For even more printable practice, consider downloading and printing the recommended measurement worksheets.
Math
Guided Lesson
Base and Volume
Worksheet
Base and Volume
Calculate the volume of each object using the base and height.
Math
Worksheet
Measuring Cup Musings
Worksheet
Measuring Cup Musings
Students use a diagram of a measuring cup to answer six questions about measurement conversions between cups and ounces.
Math
Worksheet
What is Volume?
Lesson Plan
What is Volume?
In this lesson, students will recognize volume as an attribute of solid figures and learn to calculate volume by counting cubes. This is a great introduction to the formula V = L x W x H.
Lesson Plan
Measurement and Capacity
Exercise
Measurement and Capacity
Students will have fun measuring the volume capacity of objects they use on an everyday basis.
Math
Exercise
For Good Measure
Workbook
For Good Measure
This workbook deals with more advanced forms of measurement, including pre-geometry concepts like perimeter and area, and data skills like graphing and charting.
Math
Workbook
Liquid Measurement
Worksheet
Liquid Measurement
Help your child learn the basics of liquid measurement with this worksheet, and then he can try helping out in the kitchen for a hands-on lesson!
Math
Worksheet
Volume and Word Problems
Worksheet
Volume and Word Problems
Find the volume for each of five word problems.
Math
Worksheet
Exploring Capacity
Lesson Plan
Exploring Capacity
Use this lesson to introduce the concepts of capacity and volume with young learners. This hands on lesson can be used as a scaffolded pre-lesson to Capacity Comparison.
Math
Lesson Plan
Pump Up the Volume
Workbook
Pump Up the Volume
Volume is the measurement of space occupied in three dimensions. Practice calculating the volume of 3-D shapes using a variety of techniques and with real-life examples through a series of engaging problems and questions.
Math
Workbook
What Does Volume Mean?
Worksheet
What Does Volume Mean?
In this activity, compare the volume of the container with the volume of its contents to calculate how much each can hold.
Math
Worksheet
Volume Cubed #1
Worksheet
Volume Cubed #1
Ready for your fifth graders to take their learning of cubic units to the next level? With this worksheet, students will count the stacked centimeter blocks to determine the volume of the solid object.
Math
Worksheet
Irregular Volume Shapes
Worksheet
Irregular Volume Shapes
Transfer student’s understanding of calculating the volume of rectangular prisms to calculating the volume of irregular shapes.
Math
Worksheet
Fifth Grade Fall Review Packet - Week 3
Workbook
Fifth Grade Fall Review Packet - Week 3
Help learners gear up for a new year with this Fifth Grade Fall Review Packet - Week 3, complete with 5 days of activities in math, reading, writing, science, and social studies.
Workbook
Lesson Plan
This lesson introduces students to measuring and estimating liquid volume, using liters (l) as the standard unit of measurement.
Math
Lesson Plan
Spooky Halloween Jars
Activity
Spooky Halloween Jars
Get estimating with this spooky activity that asks your young mathematician to rely on their problem-solving skills to figure out how many items they believe are in spooky Halloween jars!
Math
Activity
Measurement 2
Guided Lesson
Measurement 2
Calculating the volume of rectangular prisms is a new skill that is introduced in 5th grade. Students will apply mathematical formulas to find the volume of different kinds of figures and also determine the volume of a figure composed of two connected rectangular prisms. Learners will also work with other kinds of measurement when they make larger or smaller versions of figures (to scale) and learn to convert measurements.
Math
Guided Lesson
Smallest or Biggest?
Worksheet
Smallest or Biggest?
Find the volume for each box. Use greater than and less than symbols to show which box is bigger
Math
Worksheet
Volume Cubed #3
Worksheet
Volume Cubed #3
Centimeter cubes have gone wild with these irregular shapes! Students will be challenged to calculate the volume of different shapes by counting the cubes.
Math
Worksheet
Formulas for Calculating Volume
Exercise
Formulas for Calculating Volume
Teach students how to calculate volume by exposing them to formulas they can use on their own.
Math
Exercise
Cubes and Volume
Worksheet
Cubes and Volume
This worksheet will challenge students’ understanding of volume and the equation l x w x h = V. Then, once they solve the equation have them draw the 3-D objects. The objects will all be rectangular prisms.
Math
Worksheet
Volume Calculations Introduction #1
Worksheet
Volume Calculations Introduction #1
With this worksheet, your students will calculate volumes of rectangular prisms.
Math
Worksheet
Mixed Geometry Review
Worksheet
Mixed Geometry Review
Assess your students’ knowledge of geometry concepts from polygons to coordinate planes!
Math
Worksheet
Exercise
Students will be able to put the new skills they gain from this exercise to use whenever they want to add volumes together.
Math
Exercise

### Measuring Volume

Volume is the amount of space enclosed within a finite area, and can take a gas, liquid, plasma, or solid form. To calculate volume for different objects, students will need to use formulas and exponents, as well as work with pi and multiple dimensions. The Education.com activities below will help students as they work toward acing their next math test.

### Measuring Volume 101

Measuring volume is a foundational skill in math, and will even accompany students all the way through calculus. To calculate the volume of different objects, students must work with different formulas, exponents, and values. Some common volume formulas include:
• Cube: a3

• Cylinder: πr2h

• Cuboid: lwh

• Sphere: 43r3

• Pyramid: 13Bh

• Cone: 13r2h
A common theme here is the use of exponents and π (pronounced pi). Students will need to develop their ability to use exponents in math equations if they want to be able to calculate volume. Alternatively, with ample practice calculating volume, your students will soon become adept at using exponents.

Volume is an important concept for students to become comfortable working with. As they move on in their studies, they will find volume plays an important role in thermodynamics.

Because volume is a function of state, meaning whether an object is in a gas, liquid, solid, or plasma state will affect its volume, it is also interdependent with pressure and temperature. Several laws, such as the ideal gas law, explain this relationship.

With the Education.com activities above, students will have plenty of practice measuring volume. These exercises include a variety of ideas, so your students will become adept at calculating the volume of different objects in various states.